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WEST OHIO GAS CO
casuals
Superintendent At
Mt. Cory Resigns
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will present his lecture and sound
motion pictures on “Life in War
Torn Palestine’’ at 8 p. m. this Wed
nesday in the Bluffton Missionary
church.
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A native of England, Field has
spent the last 12 years in
and Middle East countries.
sound films there will be shown pic
tures of the entire country from Dan
to Beersheba.
I'm Helping
My Herd to Help
me!"
Good dairymen know that only a top
quality milker enables them to get the
most from their cows. That’s why “profit
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Deexing Milkers. The quality construc
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helpyou to greater dairy profits.
C. F. MSWANDER
Back To School Togs
for youngsters and apparel favored
by the high school crowd..............
Sport Shirts
Boys’ Pants and Slacks
Footwear for everyone oxfords
gym shoes loafers
pumps
Steiner & tiusci
Headquarters for Modish School Togs
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Bluffton Library I
Gets $5,000 Tax Cut\
Bluffton lib
$5,000 in the
in classified
ceiving the
funds.
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the distribution
Bluffton village
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Richland Center
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March lambs kept growing steadily
will reach 90-pound market weights I family.
in August but dry pastures or para-1 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaublir
sites postpone marketing dates. called on Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hilty
Mrs. Joy Huber and
Mew Jersey spent Sun
[i with Mr. and Mrs.
dph Wood:
Mr. and 1
Richard Matter
Mr. and Mrs. I
liter Carolyn w
ening supper guests or Mr.
Wilford Gratz and daugh-
z and Mrs.
the Golden
of Mr. and
Col. Grove,
FJSSfT**' Mr
and Mrs. Walter Hochstettler.
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Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marquart spent
Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Francis Marquart and daughter
Barbara.
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Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Luginbuhl,
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Moser and Mr.
and Mrs. Kenneth Moser attended
the State Fair at Columbus, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burrif and
daughter Conya of Indianapolis call
ed on Mr. and Mrs. John Barnhart,
Sunday evening.
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A family gathering was held at
the Albert Balmer home, Sunday
evening in honor of Mrs. Kathleen
Dickerson of Torrence, Calif. Those
present were: Mrs. Lydia Badertsch-
er and son Milton, Mr. and Mrs. Al-
hurt Badertscher and son Gene, Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer Badertscher and son
Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bader-
tscher and family of Rawson, Mr.
and Mrs. Herman Badertscher and
family of Houcktown, Mr. and Mrs.
Lee Coon and son Robert, Mr. and
Mrs. John Everett and daughters
Wanda and Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs.
Maynard Geiger and daughter Nancy,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stauffer, Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick Cribley, Mr. and Mrs.
.i-21 Ralph Diller, Chester Stauffer and
In the
the honored guest, Mrs. Dickerson.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Gratz and
daughter Sharon were Wednesday
evening supper guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Clara Pankhurst and son
Billy of Fostoria spent the weekend
at the Dwight Dailey home. Sun-
•y this week received I day dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs.
itribution of $128,8001 Ralph Snyder of Fostoria and even
ts, with libraries re-|inff callers were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
share of the I Miller and family.
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Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gratz and|
to municipali-1 feons of Lima called on Mr. and Mrs.
received $400,1 Ernest Gratz Thursday afternoon.
Lafayette each I Mrs. Cliff Stewart and children
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and Merlene and Marion Leedy were
I Thursday evening supper guests off
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Matter and
Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John Luginbuhl of
Marion and Ray -Luginbuhl of Cleve
land spent the weekend with Mrs
J. I.
guests
Grant
Luginbuhl. Sunday
were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
and sons.
and Mrs. Richard Core and
Mr.
family were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gratz.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burrif and
daughter Conya of Indianapolis, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Marquart and Mr.
and Mrs. Don Dillman and family
spent Sunday evening at the Amos
and Weldon Luginbuhl home.
Past week callers at the Wm. Am
stutz home ■were Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Amstutz of Beaverdam, Mrs. Mary
Gladfelter of Lima, Mrs. Richard E.
Olt of Cairo, Misses Helen Pingle
and Dorothy Dunifon of Gilboa,
Robert Deerhake, Larry Mathewson,
Ralph Stager all of Bluffton, Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Amstutz, Jr. and son
Radio and Electric
Appliance Repairing
Complete supplies for
House Wiring.
Lighting Fixtures
Radios-4- Appliances
Fishing Tackle.
All at Money-saving Prices.
Mumma Electric Shop
Carl Mumma
122 North Main
Meat makes
the meal better
include meat in your menu.
SWANK BROS.
Fresh and Salt Meats
THE BLUFFTON NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Rich
Wed-
Mrs.
nded
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ding
Reed Mayberry
I day afternoon.
Sun-
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaublm
a territoi v i
’ll continue Ian^ grandson Richard were Sunday
near Ben-Ia'nner &uests Mr.
Emanuel Boutwell and
Barbara.
Norman Hochstettler is
and Mrs.
daughter
spending a
Hancock County Fair
Wednesday
Featuring a variety of attractions
including a special vaudeville show
every night, the Hancock county
fair opens next Wednesday noon,
September 8, at the Old Mill Stream
fairgrounds in Findlay.
Opening day events include junior
fair judging and the junior parade.
Open class judging will be Thurs
day morning, Sept. 9, with judging
of horses in the afternoon and a
machinery parade in the evening.
Friday’s program, Sept. 10, will be
marked by steer club judging in the
morning.
Larry, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schau
blin, Dave Amstutz and daughter
Lelia of Toledo.
Home From Tours
Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Steiner of
Spring street have returned from a
two weeks’ motor trip to Canada,
visiting Montreal and Quebec, in
cluding the shrine of Ste. Anne de
Beaupre and Montmorency falls near
the latter city.
They also toured New Brunswick
and Nova Scotia provinces and re
turned home through Maine, Massa
chusetts and New York state.
Misses Barbara .Jean Triplett and
Eleanor Linden have returned from
a motor trip to California. Enroute
west, they were joined at Denver by
Miss Lois Rich, their cousin, who ac
companied them California and
returned as far as her home in
Washington, Illinois.
Miss Triplett will teach music in
the Galion schools this fall and Miss
Linden and Miss Rich will resume
their studies in Wooster and Bluff
ton colleges, respectively.
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Murray and
son of West Elm street returned
Sunday from a month’s motor trip
through the Ozark region in Mis
souri, also visiting Oklahoma, Texas
and New Mexico.
They spent eight days with her
sisters, Colorado residents, touring
scenic spots of that state and stop
ped enroute home to visit another
sister in Terre Haute, Indiana.
Mrs. Daisy Pifer of Rawson, form
er Bluffton resident and Mrs. Myr
tle Hughes also of Rawson, have re
turned from a K days’ conducted
toui’ through the w* st.
Among spots of interest visited
1 were sightseeing trips through Chi
cago, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Billings,
i Montana Yellowstone National park,
Bonneville dam at Portland, Oregon
California redwood forests San
Francisco’s Chinatown and Golden
Gate bridge Hollywood, Rosebowl
Old Mexico and lower California and
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Opens Next
With Many Features
Saturday’s features, Sept. 11, will
include the pet parade in the morn
ing a livestock parade at noon a
horse pulling contest at 1 p. m., and
a night horse show put on by the
Buckeye Western Horse association.
Local dash racing will be another
feature.
For this year, improvements have
been made to the fair grandstand
and there have been work programs
on drainage of grounds and re-sur
facing of roadways.
Fair tickets are being sold here by
Clyde Warren, a member of the fair
board.
the Grand Canyon.
Sidney Stettler and sister Mrs.
Inez Neuenschwander of South
Lawn avenue and Mr. and Mrs. Her
man Lehman of Berne, Ind., have
returned from a two weeks’ auto
trip through the south and west.
Enroute they visited Muscle Shoals
in Alabama also points of interest
in Tennessee, Missouri, Oklahoma,
Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Kans
as, Nebraska and Iowa.
PT A Maps Plans
For Coming Year
Membership canvass of the Bluff
ton Parent-Teacher association will
open Monday, Sept. 13, it was decid
ed at a meeting of association of
ficers and chairmen last week at the
high school.
Home room mothers will be named
during the first week of school and
plans are being made for personal
visitations with parents of new
pupils.
Officers of the association include:
Mrs. C. F. Smucker, president Mrs.
Dwight Spaythe, 1st V. P. Mrs.
Lee Clauss, 2nd V. P. Miss Mildred
Keel, secretary Carl Gierman,
treasurer Mrs. Paul Cramer, chair
man program committee Mr. and
Mrs. Nelson Steiner, chairmen
hospitality committee Mrs. David
Risser, chairman high school mem
bership committee Mrs. Dwight
Spaythe, chairman grade school
membership committee Wade Shook,
chairman ways and means commit
tee Mrs. Bert Swank, Health chair
man Mrs. Charles Montgomery,
publicity chairman.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank the friends and
neighbors for their aid and sympathy
extended in the illness and death of
our mother, Mrs. Mary Jane Short
also the Rev. P. H. Cramer, the
Womans Society of Christian Service
of the Methodist Church, and all
those sending flowers.
1 The Short Family
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Here With Pheasants
Nearly 200 adult pheasants have
been restocked
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vation in tl
Blufl
Conser-
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jased by Don Ramge,
County Game Protector, were
The pheasants, raised on the Ur
ma game farm, are trucked out for
lease when they reach 12 weeks of
Ramge was assisted by Bill Enzel,
from the district conservation office
at Ottawa, in a release of 50 birds
last Saturday. Additional birds
were also trucked to the Kenton,
Lima and other neighboring areas by
the protectors.
Hunting season will start on No
vember 15, but hour and bag limit
regulation have not been set by the
Ramge stated that squirrel season
this year will run from Sept. 15 to
30 ,both dates inclusive. Daily limit
will be four fox squirrels per day
and four in possession. The season
will come in all over the state at
the same time. Hunting hours are
from daybreak until dark.
Attend Funeral
The following attended funeral ser
vices of Pvt. Otto Owens at St. Marys
Catholic church, last Thursday morn
ing, Aug. 19, and were netertained
at dinner at the C. D. Fisher home
near Pandora.
Mrs. Mary Owens, Youngstown
Dr. F. J. and Dr. A. J. Owehs, Jos.
P. Owens, Detroit Mr. and Mrs.
Gilbert Rahrig, Sr., and Lenore and
Jean and Rev. Gilbert Rahrig, Jr., all
of Jackson, Mich.
Basinger’s Furniture Store
Mrs. Hortense Lowry and Careene,
East Chicago, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. G.
L. Austin. St. Petersburg, Fla. Mr.
and Mrs. Francis Easley and Kenneth
Young, Loudenville Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Kimball, Columbus.
Forty-six Years of Dependable Service
Mrs. Sarah Oates and Don, Miss
Clarabelle Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Anderson, all of Bluffton Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Kiene, Col. Grove and
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nussbaum, Pan
dora.
322 N. Main Street
THURSDAY, SEPT. 2, 1948
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WIRING SUPPLIES & FIX
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Quotations without obligation
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